>post pictures of my cock and ass, and videos of me getting fucked all over my tumblr for everyone to see and post tons of pics of manly men with cigars and wearing leather and shit
>in one of the videos, top fucking me is wearing a t-shirt of a popular drag queen
>someone tells the drag queen about my video, and they post it on their tumblr
>chat friendly with them, thank them for the "exposure" and the new followers
>few weeks later they post it on facebook, suddenly get embarrassed for whatever stupid as fuck retarded reason
>start freaking out and demanding they take the video down
>try to get people to report them for having your video
>still have the video, and all the other videos and pics up on your tumblr
>actually use your tumblr to promote a gofundme to pay your rent and use YOUR FULL FUCKING NAME
Seriously. What. The. Fuck.
Can someone try and give me an excuse for this level of stupid bullshit?
There's any possible excuse, I know it sounds rude but you brought it upon yourself so all you can do is deal with it.
Nope.. I was just checking out that dumb drag queens tumblr and saw this drama and wanted to vent somewhere because I don't have a tumblr account.
If you don't give a fuck about this, I completely understand.
>social networks are such a cancer
Agreed, 4chan is the closest thing to one I post on.
It's about those two cub guys, one fucking in a Willam tshirt.
Attention seekers. All of them. Willam included.
Nowhere near as irritating as Noodlesandbeef though.
Willam is an attention seeker because that's his job. You don't become even mildly famous by shying away from attention.
But that dumb motherfucker in the video seems to think tumblr is some magical safe bubble where he can post his butthole getting pounded and no one else on the internet will ever find out.
>You don't become even mildly famous by shying away from attention.
It is possible to become renowned for being talented, and not once court fame. It's just rarer these days.
There are times with Willam where I feel that the level of attention seeking and fame courting is more important than the substance behind what he does. William has made me laugh, and that's a talent, his outfits and look are a talent, but I can't think of a single time where Willams art has made me think, or feel or given commentary on a social issue, etc. He gets attention because he does a good job of creating a bitchy blonde-bombshell, but there's not much else to the guy's public persona.
This is why it's important to not take appearance as an indicator. These bearded, chubby guys are as much drag queens as their skinny, effeminate counterparts, they just take their drag in the other direction.
What were you expecting? Willam is entertainment, and he's happy being this, he's not about art or a deep commentary on serious social issues. He is a drag queen after all, even the more serious ones are still limited by the fact that they're basically cross-dressing clowns. Willam is great at this, and I don't know why anyone would expect him to be anything more than a cross-dressing clown.
Just came here to say that I love when men get those white spots on their beard like that.